The Orlando Sentinel
'Game Plane' offers Orlando prizes
You may know Mark L. Walberg from PBS' 'Antiques Roadshow.' But he also hosts the high-flying 'Game Plane,' which debuts this weekend.
Never throw anything out, Your Majesty, it might be worth a mint,...
What the show lacks is a cheeky Sue Perkins type who will chivvy the honest answer out of people, and perhaps even spy on local auction houses to see what lots turn up in the wake of a Roadshow visit. Fiona Bruce, who can be a hard-nosed interviewer on BBC News, is too polite to ask people if they plan to sell the prized herilooms which are valued on the programme Presenter Fiona Bruce can be a hard-nosed interviewer, of course, when she's in Serious News mode.
Antiques Roadshow heads to Durham Cathedral with organisers hoping for great finds
Hundreds expected to turn out with their prized possessions as Fiona Bruce and the BBC Antiques Roadshow arrives at Durham Cathedral The last time the Antiques Roadshow was in Durham was in 1997 and its most recent visit to the area was in 2006 when it was held at Auckland Castle.
Antiques Roadshow returns next week
A chandelier found in Adolf Hitler's bunker, a tie-pin with a possible connection to Lord Nelson, and a Staffordshire creamware pot that had sat on top of a wardrobe for 25 years, yet was worth 14,300... these are just some of the Antiques Roadshow discoveries from past visits to Merseyside.
The popular BBC television show Antiques Roadshow is filming at Walthamstow today.
Now in its seventh year and filming for its 37th series, valuations will take place all day from 9.30am to 4.30pm at Waltham Forest Town Hall and assembly hall in Forest Road.
Antiques Roadshow comes to Durham Cathedral and there's still time to register your items
Antiques Roadshow heads to Durham Cathedral on Thursday, September 4 - and there is still time to bring your items along for the team There is still time to put your treasures before the experts when the Antiques Roadshow arrives in the region next week.
The Northern Echo
Thousands expected as popular antiques show is filmed in city
HUNDREDS of visitors, many clutching much-loved family heirlooms, are expected in Durham next week as a BBC TV show returns to the city for the first time in 17 years.
Cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.